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Conversion of Certificates

If you are a holder of a license, rating or certificate issued by a third country, you can apply for reduced training, according to Commision Delegated Regulation (EU) 2020/723 of 4. March 2020

Please note!

Please read the requirements and documentation before contacting us if you are interested in converting your license.

If you are eligible for a conversion, we will require you to sign a student contract, and before any further actions, you will be invoiced the ICAO Conversion fee.

Then we will set up the required training and apply for your conversion with the relevant authorities. 

Required Documentation

Requirements

The regulations regarding the conversion of licenses are described in Commission Delegated Regulation.
(EU) 2020/723, and for PPL holders, the requirements are as follows:

  1. Have completed at least 100 hours of flight time as a pilot.
  2. Pass an initial class 2 medical assessment at an EASA AME or AeMC (Aeromedical Center) which
    need to send the results to the DK CAA.
  3. Perform a language proficiency assessment
  4. Perform all the exercises in the PPL program but without any requirements for number of training
    hours as recommended by an EASA approved ATO/DTO (use schedule found in 6.)
  5. Pass a written examination in Air Law and Human Performance
  6. Fulfil the requirements for the issue of the relevant class or type rating, in accordance with Subpart H;
  7. Pass a PPL skill

The regulations regarding conversion of licenses are described in Commission Delegated Regulation
(EU) 2020/723, and for CPL holders the requirements are as follows:

  1. Pass an initial class 1 medical assessment at an EASA AeMC (Aeromedical Center) which need to send the results to the DK CAA.
  2. Perform a language proficiency assessment
  3. Pass all 13 ATPL theoretical examinations, however for pilots holding a valid UK license, we accept
    ATPL theory from before 2021 without examinations for up to 36 months after the last theoretical examination.
  4. Perform all the exercises in the CPL program but without any requirements for number of training hours as recommended by an EASA approved ATO (use schedule found in 6.)
  5. Pass a CPL licence skill test and a class/type rating skill test if applicable with an EASA approved examiner on a class/type valid in the third country licence within 6 months prior to application.
  6. For a class or type rating to be added to the EASA license all the requirements in Regulation (EU) 2020/723 Article 10 must be met, including being in current flying practice and have no less than the hours of flight experience in the relevant category, type or class.

The regulations regarding conversion of licenses are described in Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2020/723, and for ATPL holders the requirements are as follows:

  1. Pass an initial class 1 medical assessment at an EASA AeMC (Aeromedical Center) which need to send the results to the DK CAA.
  2. Provide evidence of passed ATPL skill test with the authority who issued the licence to be converted.
  3. Perform a language proficiency assessment.
  4. Pass all 13 ATPL theoretical examinations, however for pilots holding a valid UK ATPL licence from before 2021, we accept ATPL theory without examinations.
  5. Pass a combined ATPL and Type rating skill test with an EASA approved examiner on a type valid in the third country licence within 6 months prior to application.
  6. For a class or type rating to be added to the EASA license all the requirements in Regulation (EU) 2020/723 Article 10 must be met, including being in current flying practice and have no less than the hours of flight experience in the relevant category, type or class.
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